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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Pret a Manger ordered to pay $677K to settle biometric lawsuit

A former employee of the fast-casual chain in Chicago said she was improperly made to use her fingerprint to clock in and out of work.


Levy launches high-tech innovation studio

The arena and stadium foodservice operator is looking to test and implement technology to make its operations “frictionless.”

Flipdish is one of many online ordering companies jostling for restaurant dollars. Also, Serve unveils a more autonomous delivery bot, DoorDash’s CEO joins Meta’s board and more.

Tech Check: The drive-thru helped QSRs thrive during the pandemic, but it’s also ripe for change.

The grocery delivery service wants customers to "break up with takeout" and order prepared foods using its new Ready Meals Hub.

The supplier reached a valuation of $1.25 billion with the round led by Chinese tech giant Tencent.

Health and permitting infractions have dogged the fast-growing ghost kitchen company, which says it’s working to improve the problems.

Kitchen United is onto something with its new location at a Ralphs. Also, Reef signs a deal in the Middle East, Denny’s signs a deal with Reef, and SpotOn expands its C-suite.

The company is adding voice-activated ordering this year, among other steps it hopes will improve the job of running its restaurants.

A spoon that makes food taste better? A box that extends shelf life? These were just a few of the innovations on display at the annual CES tech show. Here’s how they could (maybe) help restaurants.

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